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Lifestyle : Eat and Drink in Newtown
1HERSA1 0017 119 King Street, Newtown NSW 2042 (02) 9519 8530 Open Mon-Thu,Sun 5.30pm-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 5.30pm-10:30pm ASAKUSA - Japanese Restaurant - When it comes to experiencing meals made with joy and precision in a cozy atmosphere Buzzzbar Cafe ticks all your boxes. With a bountiful menu of Modern Australian and Mediterranean mix, as well as a range of speciality cakes made on site. The quality of food is ultra fresh and superbly cooked. Also offering drinks from the fully licenced bar. Open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. BUZZZBAR CAFE 349 King St Newtown 9557 9191 Pioneers in Indian Fast Foods 196 King Street, Newtown BYO/Licensed 9 9 95 5 5 51 19 9 9 92 20 035 5 5 www.tamanas.com.au Open 7 days Sun-Wed 11.30am-10.00pm Thurs-Sat 11.30am-10.30pm vast selection of curries, naans, chaats, dosas 20th anniversary 18-20 king street, newtown 2042 ph:: 9557 2669 w:: rubyos.com.au meet • drink • graze Newtown's best place to celebrate anything! Mention this ad when you book for dinner any night during August to receive a fabulous 8 course grazing degustation, including a champagne cocktail and a dessert plate to share for only $50.00 per person (minimum 2 guests, not valid with any other offers, discounts or special promotions). 206 King St, Newtown 02 9550 2668 0432 329 000 www.aboutdose.com one origin Ask to sample his Ethiopian blend Barista extraordinaire Chant Khamthingthae arrived in Sydney from Thailand in 2000. Since then, he has won the title of Barista Champion in Gourmet Grand Competition, has trained many a fledgling barista at Sydney Tafe and has become so passionate about coffee roasting he's even devised his own blend. To meet the most enthusiastic barista in Sydney call in. *Conditions in store. Expires 9/08/11 Established 1982 Present this coupon and receive 20% Discount 9519 6000 | 210 King Street, Newtown www.clemschickenshop.com.au Clem's, wholesome taste, hearty welcome, unique variety, iconic to Newtown. AG4086269AA-260711 good living Tempting destinations . . . (from far left) Christopher The ´ shows off his treats at the Black Star bakery; Bloodwood restaurant owner Mitchell Grady; knitters gather at Coffee&AYarn. Photos: Marco Del Grande, Angela Brkic shelves of luxury knitting fabrics, the cafe attracts beginners and old- timers, the Dutch-born owner, Ellie Teunissen, says. ''At the moment I'm looking at a guy who is knitting opposite a girl who is watching him,'' she says. The cafe also stocks goodies from the nearby Black Star Pastry, where Christopher The ´ makes his cutting- edge sweet creations. Another new and funky cafe is Belljar, in Alice Street, which serves pastries by Infinity and Sonoma breads. At the stylish Rubyos, diners can enjoy a grazing menu -- Malaysian pepper soft-shell crab and wagyu beef meatballs are among the signature dishes. A bonus is the restaurant is BYO. Oscillate Wildly continues to entice diners, who come from across Sydney, the state and even interstate, the owner and chef, Karl Firla, says. His 28-seat restaurant is due to close for about three weeks at the end of July and will reopen with a different focus. ''The formula won't change and there'll still be the eight-course degustation but we're just stamping a new identity on the business,'' he says. While reluctant to reveal too much about the new concept, Firla believes diners are keen to know where the food they are eating comes from, so he will work more closely with local growers and producers. Newtown also does simple pub food well. At the Carlisle, the steaks are always cooked perfectly and regulars rave about the grilled haloumi with lentil, eggplant and rocket salad. Ignore the RSL-style setting and tuck into the blackboard specials. Chef Michael Carter previously worked at London hot spot St John. The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, July 26, 2011 17
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